Onward Social Skills

Onward Social Skills

Social Skills Program for kids from 5-18.

Summer Camps

If you can conceive it and believe it, you can achieve it.

Our groups run Tues, Wed, and Thurs. evening
Camps are full week programs
Day and time of year long program will depend on the age of your child
We offer groups for both girls and boys

Summer Camps

When your child is having difficulty mastering the most important skills in life….

The Onward summer program has four weeks that fit together and will encourage your child's growth throughout the summer. It is recommended (but not essential) that a child enroll for all four weeks for maximum self-esteem and social skills enrichment.

Think Skills…

Onward’s focus is social skills enrichment. Your child will gain a greater sense of self worth by implementing learned skills, along with the opportunity to have an enjoyable, fun and successful camp experience. Our goal is to have each child that attends our small but powerful camp leave with the knowledge and confidence they need to face many of the problems that kids encounter.

Think Fun…

Kids, on the other hand, are coming to camp to have fun. In the morning we use discussion, drama, music and various hands-on-activities to teach social skills, while our afternoons are spent having fun and building friendships.

Our days are well structured and packed with activities. Children will have the opportunity to choose from various electives.

Mid-morning and afternoon snacks are provided.

2018 Summer Camp Dates:

July 9 - 13      Celebrating: Self-Esteem Part 1

July 16 - 20      It Takes A Village: Self-Esteem Part 2

(Recommended but not mandatory that a child attend both week 1 & 2)

July 30 - Aug. 3 Being a Groovy Friend

August 13 - 17  Under The Sea: Group co-operation

General Info:

Age Requirements:
7-14 years 
(some exceptions)

Program Times:
9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Before & After Care:
8:00 am to 9:00 am
4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
(For details, please enquire)

École Frère André 
Elementary School
400 Baseline Road West
(Around the corner from Westminster High School)

A number of qualified child and youth workers along with camp counselors, ensure that the ratio of counselors to campers remains high.